Agricola, Georg, De re metallica Libri XII, Quibus Officia, Instrumenta, Machinae, ac omnia ..., 1556

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                <expan abbr="mouẽdo">mouendo</expan>
              uertit prunas ut prorſus
                <expan abbr="cõburantur">comburantur</expan>
              , beneque calefiat catinus: quod
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              ipſum fit tribus horis: reliquis duabus iterum catinus quieſcit. </s>
              <s id="N1C2D8">Cùm autem
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              ſonitus horæ undecimæ fuerit auditus, tunc cinerem, ex carbonibus
                <expan abbr="factũ">factum</expan>
              ,
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              ſcopis uerrit & de catino deijcit: mox aſcendit ſuper operculum, & linteum
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              tritum intingens in aquam, cum cinere permiſtam, quam uaſculum
                <expan abbr="cõtinet">continet</expan>
              ,
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              totum catinum eo madefacit, & uerrit per foramen operculi manum immit
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              tens. </s>
              <s id="N1C2ED">Conſumit autem interdum duo aquæ ſic miſtæ uaſcula:
                <expan abbr="quorũ">quorum</expan>
                <expan abbr="utrũquecapit">utrunque
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                capit</expan>
              ſextarios Romanos quinque: quod iccirco fit, ne catinus, cùm ſeparan­
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              tur metalla, diſrumpatur: tum corio ceruino eundem terens, rimas oblinit. </s>
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              Quinetiam ad
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              canaliculi latus collocat duo molybdænæ fragmen­
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              ta, alterum alteri ſuperponens: quæ aliqua ex parte liquefacta conſidunt, &
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              obſtaculo ſunt, ne ſpuma argenti à flatu follium in orbem moueatur, ſed ibi
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              ſubſiſtat: uerùm expedit in loco molybdænæ ponere laterem: citius enim,
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              quod is ualidius calefiat, oritur argenti ſpuma. </s>
              <s id="N1C30C">Catinus autem iuxta
                <expan abbr="mediã">mediam</expan>
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              eius partem profundior fit palmis duobus & totidem digitis: ipſa uerò me­
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              dia pars præterea digito. </s>
              <s id="N1C317">Sunt qui catino ſic præparato
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              albumen o­
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              ui ſpongia conceptum, et ex ea rurſus expreſſum, quo reſolutum ſit thus in
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              puluerem contritum. </s>
              <s id="N1C322">Quidam ei illinunt liquorem, qui conſtat ex oui albu
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              mine, & eius duplo ſanguine taurino, uel medulla:
                <expan abbr="nõnulli">nonnulli</expan>
              eidem catino cal
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              cem cribro ſuperinijciunt. </s>
              <s id="N1C32D">Poſtea magiſter officinæ ponderat
                <expan abbr="plumbũ">plumbum</expan>
              , cum
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              quo aurum uel argentum, uel utrunque eſt permiſtum: cuius interdum
                <expan abbr="centũ">centum</expan>
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              pondia centum imponuntur in catinum: ſed frequenter ſexaginta uel quin­
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              quaginta, uel minus multa: quo facto tres ſtraminum manipulos circumcir
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              ca inſpergit catino, ne
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              ſua grauitate inæquabilem efficiat: mox per
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              canaliculum imponit aliquot plumbi miſti panes, & aliquot ad latera per fo­
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              ramen operculi poſtremum: deinde per eiuſdem operculi ſuperius
                <expan abbr="foramẽ">foramen</expan>
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              inſcendens in catinum panes, quos ei miniſter porrigit,
                <expan abbr="circũcirca">circumcirca</expan>
              apponit
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              ad operculum: tum aſcendens rurſus manibus immiſſis per idem foramen
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              etiam aliquot panes imponit in catinum. </s>
              <s id="N1C356">Eos uerò qui remanſerunt, ſecun­
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              do die furca ferrea lignis per poſtremum operculi foramen ſuperimponit. </s>
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              Panibus ſic collocatis carbonum alueum bracteis ligneis contextum per ſu
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              perius operculi foramen inijcit, ac imponit operimentum operculo:
                <expan abbr="quorũ">quorum</expan>
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              iuncturam miniſter luto illinit: ipſe magiſter dimidium
                <expan abbr="carbonũ">carbonum</expan>
                <expan abbr="alueũ">alueum</expan>
              per
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              foramen, quod eſt ad fiſtulas narium, inijcit in catinum, ac folles præparat,
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              ut ſequenti die mane ſecundam operam inchoare poſſit. </s>
              <s id="N1C373">Tale autem labo­
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              randi munus horæ unius ſpacio perficit, duodecimaque omnia ſunt præpa­
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              rata: quæ horæ omnes collectæ conficiunt ſummam horarum octo.</s>
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              <s id="N1C37C">A
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              rtifex pilo tundit catinum
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              A. P
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              ilum maius
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              B. S
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              copæ
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              C. D
                <emph type="italics"/>
              uo pila minora
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              D. L
                <emph type="italics"/>
              a
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              mina ferrea curuata
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              E. P
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              ars bracteæ ligneæ
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              F. C
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              ribrum
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              G. C
                <emph type="italics"/>
              inis
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              H. B
                <emph type="italics"/>
              atillum
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              ferreum
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              I. L
                <emph type="italics"/>
              amina ferrea
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
              K. T
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              runcus
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              L. S
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              axum
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              M. A
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              lueus bracteis lignis con
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              textus
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              N. C
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              ontus uncinatus
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              O. A
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              lter contus uncinatus
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              P. L
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              inteum tritum
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              Q.
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              V
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              aſculum
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              R. C
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              orium ceruinum
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              S. M
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              anipuli ſtraminum
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              T. L
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              igna
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              V. P
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              anes plum
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              bi miſtae
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              X. F
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              urca
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              Y. A
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              lter artifex luto extrinſecus obducit fornacem, qua ei oper­
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              culum eſt impoſitum
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              Z. A
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              lueus cineribus refertus
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              AA. O
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              perculi operimentum
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              BB.
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              M
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              iniſter pedibus
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              ſcalis carbones per ſuperius operculi
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              inijcit in
                <expan abbr="catinũ">catinum</expan>
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              CC. </s>
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